Money for justice, Part 2: Who’s who in CBL case

Money for justice, Part 2: Who’s who in CBL case
Victoria Young
Read Part I: Money for justice – Costing CBL’s demise. At the June hearing of CBL Corporation’s civil claims in the High Court at Auckland, Justice Graham Lang acknowledged his son, a lawyer at Anthony Harper, had seen some of the liquidators’ file and so the judge could not preside over that dispute. It's hard finding a pair of legal hands that haven’t touched the case. It's a fitting example of just how small New Zealand’s legal community is, and how ill-equipped it is to deal with such a large company collapse. Most of the major fir...

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